Japan’s Quotations, Quotes and Commas: The World Cup is the Best in Sports

In a year where the World Cup has become a global cultural event, it has become even more important for Japanese athletes to be on top of their game in 2017.

That’s why it’s no surprise that Japanese athletes are getting the biggest shot of all in 2017, according to a survey conducted by ESPN.

According to the study, the top three athletes of Japan’s men’s and women’s soccer teams are all in their 20s, with both J.C. Martinez and Yasushi Nishizawa the only players in their 40s among them.

They were among the top-three players on the U.S. men’s national team that won the gold medal at the 2016 Summer Olympics.

The survey also showed that Japanese soccer fans were not just happy with the World Cups success, they were also eager to see it continue.

More than 40 percent of Japanese fans said they would definitely tune in for the 2019 World Cup, up from 38 percent in 2017 and 26 percent in 2016.

The U.N. International Olympic Committee has also encouraged Japan to continue to improve its performances and has released a number of recommendations aimed at boosting the country’s performances in the 2018 World Cup.

It is also expected that the country will be the host country for the 2020 Summer Olympics, which Japan will be competing in.